(1) Causing indiscriminate, unintentional pain is the mark of a bully or a dolt , while accepting pain as simply one's lot in life is a victim mentality.(2) What makes the dunderheaded dolt think he can pull it off?(3) And yet this myth of the destructive editor - the dolt with the blue pencil - is pervasive, not least in academe.(4) Others give in to some influences, such as friends and peer pressure, but aren't so malleable that they can be forced to do doltish things.(5) You are quite wrong to suggest that only the doltish unlettered can possibly believe in them.(6) Then I realized that the the form of the final copy was sometimes dictated by unsophisticated dolts .(7) They find it intolerable to think that sentient beings as gross as we are will doltishly persevere.(8) Imagine a room full of oblivious dolts , and I'm taking advantage of them for personal gain.(9) His only purpose was to behave doltishly in dire circumstances to create tension.(10) Someone figured out that large percentage of their traffic consisted of lazy dolts like me who realized their tabs were due, so they set up a line just for tabs.(11) There's a strong satirical tradition of lovable dolts coming to the big city and getting taken up as primitive geniuses by shallow cafe society.(12) Her brother-in-law, the dashing, doltish Edward, almost brought the house down.(13) To strip kids' movies of their innocence and naÔö£┬╗vetÔö£┬« denotes cynycism and doltishness on the part of the film-makers.(14) I'm sure those dolts down in accounting feel the same way about what you do with your checkbook.(15) Finally there's the problem of arrogance, of the almost doltish clumsiness with which the powerful and confident can pursue their goals.(16) No riders seemed to have gone down as a result of those knuckle-dragging dolts .